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[texts]A relic of the Revolution, containing a full and particular account of the sufferings and privations of all the American prisoners captured on the high seas, and carried into Plymouth, England, during the Revolution of 1776; with the names of the vessels taken--the names and residence of the several crews, and time of their commitment--the names of such as died in prison, and such as made their escape, or entered on board English men-of-war; until the exchange of prisoners, March 15, 1779. Also, an account of the several cruises of the squadron under the command of Commodore John Paul Jones, prizes taken, etc., etc - Herbert, Charles, 1757-1808

Keywords: United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783 Prisoners and prisons; United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783 Naval operations
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[texts]The prisoners of 1776; a relic of the revolution. Containing a full and particular account of the sufferings and privations of all the American prisoners captured on the high seas, and carried into Plymouth, England, during the revolution of 1776. Also, an account of the several cruises of the squadron under the command of Commodore John Paul Jones, prizes taken, etc., etc - Herbert, Charles, 1757-1808
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[texts]A relic of the revolution, containing a full and particular account of the sufferings and privations of all the American prisoners captured on the high seas, and carried to Plymouth, England, during the revolution of 1776; - Herbert, Charles, 1757-1808. [from old catalog]

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